More pictures – GMR-15 9 mm Carbine from JP Enterprises |Shot 2017

TFB just only got hold of these brand new pictures from JP Enterprises and their new GMR-15 9 mm Carbine just being launched at SHOT Show.

I just love the look of the JP CTR-02 upper, so to see it on a 9 mm is appreciated.

The GMR-15 is an updated version of their GMR-13 9×19 mm.

If you’re shooting in the USPSA PPC (Pistol Caliber Carbine) division prepare yourself to see a few of these carbines.

According to JP Enterprises:

They started with a ground-up revision of the lower receiver. It features last-round lockback and a streamlined look.  An upgraded mag release offers better leverage and an improved feel.  JP also flared the magwell more than on the GMR-13 for easier reloads.

They also designed a new, dedicated 9mm upper receiver with dual-charge handles that’s much lighter and sleeker than the PSC-11 which was used on the dual-charge version of the GMR-13.  This upper comes with a choice of brass deflectors, including a larger-profile version for left-handed shooters.

Customers can buy complete GMR-15 rifles that are fully customizable in JP’s online Rifle Builder. Complete rifles offer the choice of three uppers, the dedicated 9mm upper, the JP-15 forged upper or the CTR-02 top-charge billet upper. For speedier delivery, JP Enterprises will offer two GMR-15 Ready Rifles: a 14.5″ pin-and-weld and an SBR.

JP hasn’t forgotten the home builder either. Upper and lower receiver kits that include all the proprietary components will be available for purchase.

 

It’s funny how the “same” rifle can look so different.

 

 

Note the SCR-11 style side charge. VTAC handguard still going strong.

 

Pistol version

The pricing is ready too: $1699 w/ the forged upper and $2299 with the dual-charge billet upper.

 





Eric B

Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with an European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatic firearms, optics and sound suppressors. Owning the night would be nice too.


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